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WWII German Militaria, Nazi Relics and Other Items

Monday, October 19


P.O. Box 261

Cambridge, MN 55008

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Military Warehouse does NOT support or glorify Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan or any such movement or group. War souvenirs like these were brought home by our victorious American G.I.s  in 1945.


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Original German Pre-1945 "Tank" Christmas Tree Ornament

This is an outstanding Nazi-era Christmas tree ornament made of thin glass with the silver-finished tank having black-painted treads. The tank has a swastika decal near the turret. No chips or cracks. This tank measures about 4 3/4" long and has a metal hanging loop attachment on one end. Item #0924-15

Our price...$85

Original Nazi Hunting Association Game Warden's Badge

This is a scarce excellent die-stamped alloy "Jagdaufseher" (game warden) badge measuring about 2 1/4" high and having a vertical mounting pin on back. This badge bears the serial number "3472", and is marked on back with the maker's name "HOFFSTATTER BONN GES. GESCH.". This badge was worn on the fedora. Item #0924-14

Our price...$150   SOLD


Original 1937 Nazi 75th Anniversary of the Rodach Shooting Society Beer Mug

This is a very fine heavy off-white porcelain beer mug featuring a colored raised design of the Rodach Shooting Society headquarters with the Nazi flag. There are raised inscriptions on the front and back of the mug. The maker's mark for the Rodach manufacturer appears on the mug bottom. There are several surface chips along the bottom rim of the mug. This mug measures about 4 3/4" high. Item #0929-2

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Our price...$135   SOLD


Original Nazi SS Motorcycle Soldiers Toy Figure by Lineol

This is a fine and scarcer Nazi-era toy figure with hand-painted details. This figure features two SS soldiers on a motorcycle with an SS license plate. Some typical aging to this composition toy. The base bottom is maker-marked "Lineol Germany". Great display item. Item #0929-12

Our price…$110   SOLD


Original Earlier Nazi SA Dagger by F. Herder with Hanger Clip

This is the earlier and desirable SA dagger with all-nickel fittings. The extremely fine plus dagger blade features the "cross-keys" maker's logo for the "F. Herder A.S." firm in Solingen. The blade features most of its original cross-graining and has no edge nicks or dings. The blade tip is pointed and straight. The acid-etched "Alles fur Deutschland" blade motto still retains some darkening agent in the lettering. The nickel crossguard is Gau-marked "Nrh". The dark brown wood grip has no cracks or significant problems and fits snugly in the handle fittings. The undented scabbard body retains about 98% of its original brown anodized finish. The nickel scabbard fittings retain all their original screws. Unfortunately, the scabbard's internal lead weight, which is a feature of this scabbard, has come loose in the scabbard and doesn't allow the dagger to be fully seated in the scabbard without jamming. Some adjustment is needed which I haven't done. The brown leather hanger strap is fine and has matching nickel fittings. This dagger came with a group of war souvenirs that I purchased from the son of a WWII U.S. Army veteran who served in the European Theatre during WWII. The veteran, PFC Joseph Schiavi, landed at Omaha Beach during the Invasion. He was later wounded in action on 11/13/1944 in Brest, France and received the Purple Heart. Item #0922-2



Our price...$450   SOLD


Original Nazi Red Cross Subordinate's Hewer with Leather Frog

This is an outstanding high quality hewer having the heavy unsharpened sawback polished steel blade that is marked "GES. GESCH." under the langet. The front langet features the raised Nazi Red Cross eagle with a swastika on its breast. The black grip panels rate near excellent with no cracks or chips. The original leather blade washer is present. The undented steel scabbard body retains almost all its original glossy black paint finish. All four original scabbard screws are present. The original polished black leather frog is present and rates extremely fine. A superb example of the Red Cross hewer. Item #0922-3

Item listed 10/14 - Sold 10/14


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Our price...$625   SOLD





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